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ncrawfor
Posted 8/21/2006 10:16 AM (#877)
Subject: presentation


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We need to come up an idea for our presentation. Let's start bouncing around some ideas. Connie and I were thinking about a lesson from one of the CMP units that deals with systems of equations. Other ideas??
cwaespe
Posted 8/23/2006 3:16 PM (#894 - in reply to #877)
Subject: RE: presentation
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Remember I also think we can find an activity using the CBR.
slucas
Posted 8/25/2006 10:38 AM (#909 - in reply to #877)
Subject: RE: presentation


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Connie or Nancy, did either of you find stuff on the activities we talked about. I thought those sounded like they have great potential.
ncrawfor
Posted 9/20/2006 12:15 PM (#1035 - in reply to #909)
Subject: RE: presentation


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I need to get on that and see what I can find. I think Connie knew where her activity was located. We had also talked about using an activity from a CMP book but it was noy available when we asked Natalee about it this summer. I will check with her about the book.
slucas
Posted 9/20/2006 12:17 PM (#1037 - in reply to #877)
Subject: RE: presentation


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What equiptment do we need for this activity? Chapter 9 will be here before we know it.
ncrawfor
Posted 9/26/2006 2:28 PM (#1065 - in reply to #1035)
Subject: RE: presentation


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Natalee has not received the CMP book yet that we were going to possibly use to get a presentation idea. We should probably come with another activity that we could use with systems of equations. Any ideas??? I think we should stick with a real life example, but I have been known to be wrong!
nfeese
Posted 9/26/2006 3:47 PM (#1066 - in reply to #1065)
Subject: RE: presentation
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The book is in the mail. You should get in the a.m.! See what you think?!
ncrawfor
Posted 9/28/2006 1:27 PM (#1077 - in reply to #1066)
Subject: RE: presentation


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I got the book - thanks. Will you be getting a student edidtion any time soon?
nfeese
Posted 9/28/2006 3:26 PM (#1078 - in reply to #1077)
Subject: RE: presentation
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We should get one soon! Just a matter of time for them to get to us. I specifically requested from the vendor again last week. These were just published within this month so we are not "really" behind! Stay tuned!!
ncrawfor
Posted 10/3/2006 7:39 PM (#1118 - in reply to #1078)
Subject: RE: presentation


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So, the CMP book had a system of equations scenario dealing with mid air plane collisions. Given the recent events, I am not sure that is the wisest topic for a system. Maybe we can come up with something else. Does anyone have any ideas? I am trying to find something we can use with Geometer's Sketchpad. I think something with a visual component might be good. Connie, have you found the CBR activity you had mentioned?
kloliver
Posted 10/5/2006 3:38 PM (#1131 - in reply to #1118)
Subject: RE: presentation
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When is the presentation?
nfeese
Posted 10/6/2006 1:48 PM (#1134 - in reply to #1131)
Subject: RE: presentation
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The Lafayette presentation will be on December 6 (unless you really want to go ahead on Monday, October 23?)

The idea would be that you would share something about your systems of equations unit (you will have just taught this). Might share something "new" to the unit that you added for this year (this is where the idea of finding something in the CMP book started or using the CBR). We were hoping to be able to add and then share a "real life" example of systems.

Will also share how the results were: share pretest results, posttest results, student feedback and teacher comments.....

Hope that helps!!
dhays
Posted 10/10/2006 7:56 PM (#1147 - in reply to #877)
Subject: RE: presentation
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I was just eaves dropping in the Lafayette discussion area (can I do that?) and I just wanted to know if you found the systems of equations activity using the CBR? I have one and would be happy to make a copy and send to you if you would like it.
cwaespe
Posted 10/10/2006 9:12 PM (#1153 - in reply to #1147)
Subject: RE: presentation
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Yes, yes, yes, Dee Dee. I would love anything you have on systems. Please send it along!
dhays
Posted 10/11/2006 3:18 PM (#1159 - in reply to #877)
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I will put it in the courrier today.
ncrawfor
Posted 10/11/2006 3:29 PM (#1161 - in reply to #877)
Subject: RE: presentation


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I think an activity where the students are gathering data/actively involved would be the best idea for our presentation. Connie let us know when you get it and we can get together to work on the presentation. I am still looking at this CMP unit to see if it can be adapted in some way. Does anyone else have an opinion?
slucas
Posted 10/13/2006 12:06 PM (#1174 - in reply to #1161)
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I looked at the activities you gave us to look at and I think I like the second one the best. They all seem to be about the same, but I really like the way the second one words the questions. Do we need to think of a senrio the kids will be playing out. Right now all I can think about is the Algebra II problems with Robin Banks and Willie Catcup.
ncrawfor
Posted 10/16/2006 3:45 PM (#1185 - in reply to #1174)
Subject: RE: presentation


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I think we could just ask the kids when we might use something like the activity - not necessarily give them a specific scenario. Although, that might make it more fun if we could come up with a good one. Has anyone else looked over the CBR/CBL activities?

slucas
Posted 10/30/2006 4:28 PM (#1233 - in reply to #877)
Subject: RE: presentation


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Since we are all teaching or about to teach Chapter 9, shouldn't we get the CBR activity together soon!! I suggest we meet sometime this week, how about Wed, or Thurs. It would be nice to run through the activity, get the CBRs together, make a worksheet and have it all togeter. We also need to think about where this fits in the unit.

On another note, I put together a notes guide for my students for chapter 9 since I have so many students who need notes guides because of various plans. If anyone wants it, just let me know and I will email it to you. I know Bryson, I can put it on MILC, but I want to make sure it doesn't have too many errors before I post it.
kloliver
Posted 10/31/2006 11:42 AM (#1236 - in reply to #877)
Subject: RE: presentation
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I can stay after on Wednesdy, but thursday I have ESS. Thanks for the packet of notes Sarah!!
ncrawfor
Posted 10/31/2006 12:01 PM (#1237 - in reply to #1236)
Subject: RE: presentation


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Can we get together after school on Monday?
ncrawfor
Posted 11/2/2006 2:26 PM (#1258 - in reply to #1237)
Subject: RE: presentation


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Sarah and I are going to stay after on Friday for a few minutes and try and get started on our presentation if anyone else wants to stay.
ncrawfor
Posted 11/2/2006 2:27 PM (#1259 - in reply to #1258)
Subject: RE: presentation


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We are going to looking at the CBR/CBL activity and the navigator activity we now have. Maybe we can be ambitious and present both!!
slucas
Posted 11/2/2006 3:40 PM (#1261 - in reply to #877)
Subject: RE: presentation


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Where do you want to meet on Friday? I think your (Nancy's) room would be good because we have the navigator and the computers.

I think we will need a lot of step by step calculator directions since these kids are not proficent with the calculuators. I looked at the Navigator actvity and I am a little confused on what we are doing with it.

ncrawfor
Posted 11/2/2006 4:35 PM (#1263 - in reply to #1261)
Subject: RE: presentation


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Kelley looked at it and thought it was good so maybe she can give us some insight. She is the navigator guru!
What do you think?
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